And we don’t just mean Pimm’s, strawberries and cream and tennis whites. The guest’s carefully-crafted outfits showcase the best of European Summer fashion, incorporating feminine necklines, shades of white with the occasional splash of colour. While the sartorial guidelines may be strict on the court, the guests follow a whole other set of rules.
Duchesses Kate and Meghan attended the Men and Women’s finals in classic tones, both incorporating prints.
Markle stayed true to her American roots, with a clean cut Ralph Lauren shirt and high waisted cream trousers. While Markle brought her hat, attendance in the Royal Box permits wearing hats for fear of blocking other guest’s view. Kate Middleton was the true English Rose in her Jenny Peckham dress and carried a small Dolce and Gabbana handbag.
The actress arrived at the tournament in her tennis whites, in the form of a three piece suit, including a pair of culottes that were very similar to the ones Markle chose. Watson accessorised the ensemble with a white straw topper hat, and dangly earrings for just enough shine. Watson mustn’t have been in the Royal Box!
The tennis great, Roger Federer arrived for practice in a statement t-shirt after announcing “If I need motivation to play Wimbledon then I have a problem! Then I know it is probably the end.”
Anna Wintour arrived with F1 Champion Lewis Hamilton to cheer on tennis great, Serena Williams. The Editor-in-Chief wore a floral ensemble with her trademark dark glasses and sharp bob.
Mrs. Matthews a.k.a Kate’s sister, Pippa, made a series of sartorial hits at this year’s Wimbledon. The stylish mum-to-be wore a gorgeous midi dress by British designer Anna Mason, paired with French blue Penelope Chilvers espadrille wedges. Matthews was joined by her dapper brother James Middleton.